Oh sorry I misunderstood you at first. To fully answer your question, there is a way to count it in that sense.
losses = total/(w/l+1)
wins = total  losses
To explain it let's take Wounder's stats as an example. He has 87 games with 8.67 w/l ratio. Let's think of losses as cycles for this calculation. For every cycle (1 loss) he played 9.67 games (w/l + 1). That means, to calculate losses, we have to calculate how many cycles there are, and we have count of total games 87 in this instance which allows to calculate how many cycles there are.
So with this example:
losses = 87/(8.67+1)
losses = 9 (8.99 due to rounding errors)
wins = 879
wins = 78
With this information, you can calculate your wins and losses using w/l ratio.
By reversing this formula you can also find out w/l using wins, losses, total games, etc.
